Make sure that the POP3 port (usually 110) is free and that no other apps
are using it. To test for this just establish a telnet session on that port.
P.S. The error you are getting translates to:
"Only one usage of each socket address (protocol/network address/port) is
Quote:> All of my protocols are starting up fine except POP3. I somehow
> do not know how) got it going. After it started, I could stop and start
> fine. I installed a software update to another product which required a
> reboot. Now I cannot get it started. The error I am getting is the same
> error I got before I accidently got it to start. Since there is no
> documentation on this error, it makes it hard to fix. Here is the error
> in the Application Event Log:
> An error occurred while starting the Microsoft Exchange POP3 Service:
> server instance number 1 failed to start with error 0x2740.
> The preceeding event states that the service could not bind instance 1,
> ever the heck that means!
> It took me a long time to somehow start POP3 before. Does anyone have a
> clue to this error?
> I can access my mail through IMAP4 or OWA, but I need POP3.
> Curtis Rutledge